Author: Digital News Asia
The Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) is hosting its annual IT Governance Assurance and Security Conference on July 10 and 11 at the One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has launched a new online system designed to make it easier for students to record their practical skills gained on the road to becoming a qualified accountant.
Printer market finally expanded on the back on months of decline Forecasted growth at 5.5% for 2012 but spending from public and private sectors likely to fluctuate. THE printer and multifunction peripherals (MFP) market experienced healthy growth in the first quarter (Q1) of 2012 and showed signs of improvement after months of consecutive declines, according to new data from IDC Malaysia.
A Malaysian filmmaker’s entry into the YouTube Your Film Festival – a global competition to find the world's best storytellers – has been selected as one of the 50 semi-finalist from among 15,000 submissions globally.
The Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB) is organizing its 5th annual SOFTEC 2012 conference which the company said is aimed at providing delegates a better understanding on the finer points of testing.
CIOs and IT leaders must address three key implications of the “post-PC” era as workforces and consumers increasingly access IT applications and content through mobile devices, according to Gartner.
A Malaysian pet welfare portal has captured the top spot among 14 category winners at the recently concluded 2012 DiGi WWWOW Internet for All Awards last week.
Local operator Maxis is offering its Maxis One Club (MOC) members the chance to own the Samsung Galaxy SIII and/or the Apple iPhone 4S for an attractive price of just RM599.
Acer launched a whole bunch of new gadgets and devices at the recent global computing fair in Taipei, Computex 2012, where it also launched its new tagline “Explore Beyond Limits.”
Chinese PC maker Lenovo has lifted the veil on its latest business and consumer products, which the company said would suit different consumers' computing needs, styles and palette preferences. The machines are based on Intel's latest 3rd generation Intel Core processors.